Kinetic Image presents the animated artwork of ten artists from five former socialist Central European countries who will showcase their animated film or video installation and connected artwork like photograms, sketches, drawings, and other materials. From each country one film will be shown from the socialist, and another from the post-socialist period.
The earlier films are made using analog technique, while most of the later ones are digital.
Animation in fine art is an undefined field which has not yet become a genre of artistic
expression on its own, but it is definitely an emerging form of both practice and theory. For Art
Historians film is still isn’t regarded as part of the Fine Art meaning that it is not integrated into
The exhibition can not hope to present a detailed historical overwiev of the phenomena of
animation in Fine Art, nor to create a definitive list of animated films made by fine artists. Our
aim is to give an insight into the diverse approaches of artists using this medium.
Piotr Bosacki, Lutz Dammbeck, Háy Ágnes, Vladimir Havrilla, Daniela Krajčová, David Možný, Robert Seidel, Frantisek Skála, Franciszka Themerson, Stefan Themerson, Waliczky Tamás
animated films of Central European artists
26. June 2010. – 29. July
MegnyitóOpening: June 25, 2010, 7:00 pm
MegnyitjaRemarks by: Iványi-Bitter Brigitta
KurátorCurator: Nolasco-Rózsás Lívia